I'm distressed by the idea of Jane wanting to compete in a man's world. That's the way my wife refers to her growing enchantment in outdoors adventure. The idea infuriates me. I understand that anyone who really is anyone must struggle with everday problems and relationships. I realize love must be learned and earned, and that it can be lost through mistakes or choices made or not made during life. Some might applaud the thought of a lady determined to become her "own woman" in a man's world. Not me. What bothers me is not that my petite wife of more than four decades wants to compete in outdoors proficiency, but where in in hell does anyone get the idea that all in nature belongs to men? This book, then, is about two people in love, sharing a life of exciting adventure--and growing in the process. In reality, it's about any couple over forty who lived and loved and shared and struggled to live the kind of life they wanted. What makes this story especially remarkable is how many times this couple fell on their butts while doing it.
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Published January 1, 2013
by Roland Cheek.
Biographies & Memoirs, Sports & Outdoors, Health, Fitness & Dieting, Self Help, Romance, Parenting & Relationships, Travel.